The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 10
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THEY ALSO SERVE-A famous phrase reminds us that "They also serve who only stand and wait", and the phrase seems applicable to these young men as they wait and watch their fellow Blytheville High School basketball teammates take their turn on the court in a recent practice session. The Chickasaws return to game action tonight when they face the Helena Indians in games beginning at six o'clock. (Courier News Photo) Chickasaws Helena By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Three down and one to go might best summarize the attitude of the Blytheville High School basketball team as they prepare for tonight's game with Helena. ' There are 24 games remaining on the Chickasaws regular schedule, exclusive of possible state tournament play. Nevertheless, Coach Dwight Williams and his assistant, Jim Dixon, insist that their young men concentrate on one encounter at a time. Victorious over West Mem- the assists lead in the McClellan battle and maintained their one-two position as team leaders in that phase of the game. Three-game figures show Robinson with 18 assists and Beard with 12. Bell and Jerome follow the leaders with 8 assists apiece. Meador an- * * Principal D. B. phis, Jacksonville and McClellan, the Chickasaws will be facing what will probably be their strongest test of the season. . ' .'Williams indicated yesterday h'e will again go with the same starting lineup which has been so successful in the early season. He pointed out, however, that his substitutes will see lots of action. In .the three wins, guard Jimmy Moore and center Mike Huff have been the major replacements and have played strong back-up games. The starting five of Aubrey Bell, Kenny Beard, Joe Ellis, Stewart Jerome and Ben Robinson will get added assistance from Ronnie Rowland, Terry Gurley, Jodie Gude, Dee Human and Newell Jerome. * * i Stewart Jerome continues to lead the Chickasaws in scoring. The hustling guard has dropped in 44 points, closely followed by Robinson with 40. Bell increased his season total to 33 with last Friday's 20- point effort against the Lions. Other scoring shows Beard with 21, Huff, 15, Moore, 9, El- nounced yesterday that the usual gales will be open for tonight's clash. He further stated there will be season tickets available at the gate tonight. Season ticket price is $8 and it is very likely that tonight and Friday (during the Little Hock Hall game) will be the final times such season ducats will ie made available. lis, 7, Gude, Brewer, 1. 2 and Richard Beard leads the vital rebounding race with 45 grabs. Bell has pulled down 24 while Robinson has latched on to 18 errant shots. Four other men have been instrumental in getting the ball off both backboards. Jerome has grabbed 12, Huff, 7, Moore, 6, and Gude, 1. Robinson and Beard shared jiniigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininninMiiiiiiiiiiniiiiNniNBi COURIER NEWS j Blytheville Is Seventh By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Little Rock Central collected eight of the 11 first place votes to claim the top spot in the first Associated Press high school basketball poll of the sea son. The Tigers opened their season last week by defeating Lit tie Rock Horace Mann 64-56 and Fort Smith Northside 60-52. Northside, which pounded North Little Rock 53-38- drew :he other three first place votes in the poll of sportswriters and Broadcasters. The Tigers compiled 106 points while the Grizzlies garnered 99. Class AAA teams dominated the poll, grabbing the first nine spots. Paragould, a Class AA learn, nailed down the tenth spot. North Little Rock finished :hird in the voting, Little Rock Horace Mann and Pine Bluff tied for fourth. Hot Springs was sixth followed by Blytheville, Texarkana, Little Rock Hall and Paragould. HPFP arp the rpsults of the ^AL,vin JAIKSUN, flT AL,, AINU mil with first place votes in CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, poll witn tirsi place votes in ^j^, t/VPO AM n mnrva parentheses and total points at right: Tuesday, December 3, 1967 | liiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiHiHiiiiiniiiiHiiiniHNi^ BOWLING Blytheville Air Force Base Officers' Wives League STANDINGS .st Place—Sad Sacs 2nd Place—Fearless Four 3rd Place—B.O.W.L. Evils SPLITS Jean Heath 3-7-10 Doris Hollis 5-6-10 Susan Logan 5-6-10 5-8-10 5-8-10, 5-7 Margaret Maronde Donna Taylor Tournament At Steele Is Set South Pemiscot High School will host its annual basketball tournament beginning tomorrow night and running through Saturday evening. The tournament gets underway at 6:30 with eight teams in competition for the first-place trophy. The entrants are evenly divided between two counties, Holcbmb (seeded first), Southland, Campbell and Senath-Hornersville represent Dunklin Coun ty while SOUTH PEMISCOT (seeded second), HAYTI, COOT- and CARUTHERSVILLE be carrying the hopes of Pemiscot County. The first battle matches Hoi- comb against Campbell to be followed by the dash between Hayti versus Senath-Hornersville to conclude opening night action. South Pemiscot faces Coo ' er ) Cat five and Southland meets Caruthersville in second day first-round games Thursday.. Semifinals take place on Friday, bgeinning at 6:30 with the championship battle set for 8:30 Saturday evening. Admission lor tournament games will be 25c and 50c for regular games and 50c and $1.00 for the finals and semi-finals on Saturday. Officials will be Dean Wagner and Ronnie Kennett. Betty Mason 2-7-1C Benita Bavaria 5-6 HIGH GAME AND SERIES Donna Seglem .... 193 and 529 PRETTY MISS Catte Ball has been improving steadily and is one of the United States favorites in the breaststroke at the 1968 Olympics. She holds world records at 100 and 200 meters. Catie, 15, is from Jacksonville, Fla. Neale, Former Porker Honored By WILL GRIMSLEY j that was there in the old days." Associated Pre.« Sports Writer! Neale, an end, quarterback and fullback at West Virginia NEW YORK (AP) "Greasy" Neale, one of football's all-time great coaching personalities, let .out a personal secret today—the modern pro game leaves him cold. "Oh, I enjoy watching them play all right; you can't drag me away from the television set on Sundays,"- said the gray- haired, 76-year-old stern disciplinarian of another era. "But they block like a bunch of high school kids. They don't have much desire. And there no longer is any trickery or imagination in the game. Everybody plays it just alike. "The players—to them it seems to be just another job, like a man going to the office from 9 to 5.1 don't see the spirit IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 17182 CALVIN JACKSON, ET AL, AND ER will Papooses W/n, Lose Blytheville Junior High's Papooses traveled to Trumann last night and gained a split in basketball action. The eighth grade squad beat the Wildcats 36-22 with what assistant coach Jack Goodman called a "tough defense and a rolling offense." Neal Brewer led the winners with 13 points while Larry Bisher added 9. Other scoring saw Ricky Roberson with 6, Charles Porter 5, Tony Horton 2, and Mike Brewer 1, Coach Fred Mitchell's ninth- graders lost a low scoring battle, 20-15 to a somewhat taller 1. LR Central (8) 106 2. FS Northside (3) 99 3. North Little Rock 59 4. LR Horace Mann 43 (tie) Pine Bluff 43 6. Hot Springs 40 7. Blytheville 39 8. Texarkana 33 10. Paragould 24 •. 1 Liberty Bowl Filling Up Memphis, Tennessee Dec. 4 — More than 32,000 tickets have been moved for the Ninth Annual Liberty Bowl game between the University of Georgia and North Carolina State University to be played December 16th at Memphis Memorial Stadium. As of Friday morning, December 1, Dave "Buddy" Wells, Manager of the stadium and Liberty Bowl chairman, announced the following breakdown, 20,200 tickets sold, 12,000 tickets sent to 2 schools, 32,200 total tickets moved. * * * Mr. Wells said that If the present trend continues at the ticket office, the game will come close to selling out. Tickets are presently being gobbled up at the rate of over 1,000 per day; and with two weeks remaining before kickoff all 50,164 seats at Memphis Memorial Stadium could be gone by game- time. Last year the Miami - VPI game sold 39,101 tickets — a Liberty Bowl record. However, due to sleet, freezing rain, snow and rain, the morning of the game, nearly 15,000 stayed at home to watch it on television. This year, for the first tone, the game will be blacked out in the Memphis area. ABC-TV officials announced that the Tan- "We played our best defense of the year," Mitchell said, "but we made too many offensive turnovers, and that is what beat us." Mike Johnson led the Papooses with 5 points, followed by Terry Payton with 4, while John Beard, Charles Crigger and Mike Julian each added 2. * * * Mitchell announced that both TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner in compliance-with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 22nd day of .May, 1967, by the Chancery Court of .Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, Arkansas, in the following cause, to-wit: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee District vs. Calvin Jackson, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots and Blocks, No. 17182 will sell at public- auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Blytheville, Mississippi' County, Arkansas, on the 5th day of January, 1968, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, the following described real estate: Wesleyan, coach at little Washington and Jefferson and Yale and later the pro Philadelphia Eagles, will be inducted tonight into football's Hall of Fame, which also will honor 10 former athletes and 13 grid scholars. Dr. Frank I.awson Hovde, president of Purdue University, receives the Gold Medal, the National Foundation's highest honor, at the dinner tonight. Players slated for induction are Dr. Abe Mickal, Louisiana State; Slade Cutter, Navy; Francis (Whitey) Wistert, Hich igan; Paul Schwegler, Washing ton; Joe Hunt, Texas A&M; Wear Schoonover, Arkansas; Herb Stein, Pittsburgh;. Cecil Isbell, Purdue, and Nathan Dougherty, Tennessee. IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Evelyn Meux S. 100 ft. of N. 131 ft. of E. 140 ft. S. of West End Subdv. in SK W4 SWY4 17 15 11 2.70 .68 .25 LARRY'S FOURTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lot Block Nettie.Mitchell 55 .30 .03 .23 Dorkis Lyman 67 2.10 .53 .25 Talents, Incorporated 89 1.50 .38 .25 LARRY'S FIFTH ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mozener Anderson and Francis Stapleton 1 2.10 .53 .25 REBECCA PATTERSON SUBDIVISION - BLYTHEVILLE Hattie Hill Gates and Mary Hill Pettaway N. 50 ft of E. 100 ft. 8 3.90 .98 .25 SECOND REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVJLLE Tina Henson 5 N 2.19 .53 .25 Lorena Williams 12 R 2.10 .53 .25 EDWIN ROBINSON'S ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE G. L.Richardson All Original Survey 4 15 9 24 Same Lot 3 Sup. Survey 4 15 9 15 Same tot 4 Sup. Survey 4 15 9 39 Same Lot 1 Sup. Survey 5 15 9 1 James W. Wisley N. 170 ft. of S. 190 ft. of W. 90 ft. of Tract 1, Crawford Estate, NE'/4 1 15 10 lot 5.40 135 .25 LOTS IN NEV4 NEVt SEC. 2-15-10 Lot Block Bruce Peery S. 240 ft. 11 Bernard Stark 11 Bruce Peery 13 Same . • ' 1* Same 15 Roosevelt Ward An 82.5 x 264 ft. Lot .90 2.70 1.20 1.20 1.20 .23 .68 .30 .30 .30 .25 NE</4 as per Deed Record 188, Page 362 2 15 10 Lot 8.40 2.10 Case Tucker Lot 17, E% E% NE'A 20 15 10 Lot 3.30 .83 Elbert S. Johnson E. 87 ft. of Lot 3 ' SVi NW% SW'/4 S. of Ry. 6 15 11 Lot 2.40 .60 .25 Donal J. Daugherty NWV4 NE'A, less N. 360 ft. of E. 640 ft. 28 15 11 35 5.25 1.32 .25 Mrs. C. Harris NWV4 SW'A Less Ry R/W 34 16 8 36 5.40 1.35 .25 ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVTLLE Jim Madkins 13 Lottie Tice 17 Same 18 Burk and Jessie Mae Brunch 8 Celia Ames 3 0. C. and Allie Johnson 3 11 18 18 .60 3.00 2.10 2.10 .15 .25 .15 .25 .75 25 .15 .25 .53 .25 .53 .25 SUNNYSIDE ADDDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE A. E. Lester 4 8 2.10 .53 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ed Smith Estate Same- Same Vera E. Gray Marzella Scalei Walter Shaw J. W. Love Same Lawrence Echols W. 45 ft. W. 45 ft. B 1 2 3 11 7 1 3.90 .60 .60 3.90 2.70 1.50 1.50 .60 2.10 .25 .25. .25 .25 .25' .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Jean Williams 14 2 1.50 .38 .25 Tommy Neely 6 3 2.40 .60 .25 x PERRY ADDITION TO GOSNELL Jerry Wright 12 2.70 .68 .2* .25 REPLAT OF IRREGULAR LOT 2, SEV* SW% 36-16-10, TOWN OF GOSNELL Geral Roy Travis 19 2.70 .68 .25 Same N% 20 .30 .08 Eva Mae Hollis Jamie Gray 3.30 2.40 BLAIN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Gracie Hughes ' S. 24 ft. 6 1:50 Same N. 41 ft. 7 3.00 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE .60 .38 .75 Casey and Lois Adams • E. 50 ft. 5 29 3.90 .98 .25 gerine Bowl game will be tele- j Pearl B vised locally, thus blacking out the Liberty Bowl, which is telecast nationally. ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Willis Williams 15 A .30 .06 ELLIOTT ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE James Arthur Walker 2 1 1.80 .45 1 3.30 .83 squads will play MANILA in a special afternoon engagment Thursday. At 1:30 in the high school gym, the Papooses will host Manila in games to be played before the entire student body. Mitchell advised, however, that the public is invited to these two afternoon clashes and urged parents and fans to come out. HOLLIPETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lucille and Charley Brown 15 John Dean 11 Billy Eugene Gdthran, Jr. 11 W. W. HOLLIPETER SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 2.40 2.40 '2.70 .60 .60 .68 Mid-States Homes, Inc. 29 1 2.70 .68 Bruce and Sarah McNeil 20 2 1.50 .38 Eddie Jones 21 2 2.40 .60 Joe Boatman 30 2 1.50 .38 Emma L. Matlock 21 5 .60 .15 Kate Simpson 23 5 2.10 .53 Robert E. and Willie Mae Bennett 24 5 1.80 .45 Same 25 5 3.30 .83 Same 26 5 .60 .15 Robert and Johnnie Mae Jones 26 10 2.10 .53 IRREGULAR LOTS IN E'A NW4 NEW SEC. 17-15-8, TOWN OF LEACHVILLE Jodie Lindley N. 30 ft. 12 1.80 .45 Frank Morris N. 40 ft. of S. 150 ft. 17 1.50 .38 J W Smith N. 50 ft of. E 150 ft 24 1.80 .45 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE .25. .21 .25 .25 .25 Artie L. Roper Eli Lots 31 and 32 A 2.40 .60 ,25 Same Eli Lots 33 and 34 A .60 .15 .25 C. D. ASHABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Franklin Robbins 7 2 3.30 .83 .25 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA Jack Southern 32 4 2.40 .60 .25 SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF Wtt NWV4 N. OF RY. 31-15-8, MANILA W.W.McKemieLot2NWy4NW>/4 2.40 .60 .25 Freddie McKemie E. 50 ft. Lot 3A NWVi NW% .60 .15 .25 R. A. Davidson, Jr. LotSINWV* NWV« 2.10 .53 .25 Clifford L. Holt Lot 11 C NWV 4 NWV4 3.30 .83 .25 REPLAT OF LOTS 8 AND 9, BLOCK 3, WILLIFORD AND GARRISON ADDDITION AND E. 210 FT. OF IRREGULAR LOT 19 SWV4 SEtt, MANILA James Martin • F .60 .15 .25 Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree for taxes and costs due the Plaintiff on each and every separate track and parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as is set out in said decree for which said property is delinquent as aforesaid, for taxes due the St. Francis Levee District for the year 1966. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this the 17th day of November, 1967. Geraldine Liston Commissioner in Chancery 12-5, 12, 19 (Continued from Page 7) 6.45 Pollard, Johnny Peoples, Albert James Jr. Peoples, Mike Pizand, Margarito Racklcy, Howard Rice, 0. A. Richamond, Oral Rickells, Jack J. Rigsby, Bethel Ray Rigsby, Lloyd Rowlett, Tim D. Russell, Bobby G. Russell, J. C. or Barbara Scott, A. M. Scolty's Pure Truck Stop Sharp, Homer Shearin, H. B. Jr. Slaughter, Verono Smith, Charlie Smith, Joe E. Smith, Willard & Maggie Jane Stalcup, Charley Jr. -Shannon, W. N. Jr. 5.21 5.21 5.21 17.82 5.21 20.32 3.98 18.82 4.61 29.78 29.18 11.98 4.31 20.32 20.32 17.82 61.12 5.21 8.29 22.82 56.20 29.78 Stewart, Clyde Mack Stewart, Estella E. Teague, Malcom Tedford, Mrs J. D. Telford, Marice C. 5.21 23.32 31.02 4.61 3.98 Telford, William C. 20.32 Thomas, Joe Louis Tinoco, Javier Nava frantham, Doyle T. or Peggy Trevillion, Robert Tri-State Mobile Homes Vickery, C. T. 8.29 13.21 22.32 7.06 69.10 17.31 Waldrup, Raymond A. 5.21 Warren, J. H. or Mary Jr. 32.86 West, Don 73.41 White, C. B. 8.!)0 Wiley, Sherman 16.31 Williams, Billy Joe 5.84 Wiley, Gene 4.61 White, Aaron 3.38 Wilder, Mrs. R. T, 31.63 SCHOOL DIS. NO. 40 IN Adkinson, Chuck Alsup, Stella 17.93 16.44 Arterberry, Cecil 9.42 Autry, Lee Lloyd 9.42 Atkinson, Alexander 20.90 Baker, Maurice 26.84 Barlow, Ester K. 42.23 Baugh, Kenneth r7.59 Baugh, Roy or Clara 17.18 Baughman, D. R. 54.11 Blocker, Donald 17.93 Bond, Mrs. Linda 52.63 Brock, Stanley jr. Burris, Mrs. Paddy Burris, Verncn Cagle, Cecil & Ruth Chamberlain, John Chamness, V. L. or Willa Dean Cochran, Teddy Coin O'Matic Ldy. Cole, Faburn Copeland, Cecil Cornclison, Bertha Ruth Cude, Jackie L. Davis, Joseph C. Douglas, Rev. W. L. Fleeman, Tommy George, Charles B. Glegiiorn, Phillis 117.86 8.50 17.18 63.18 3.03 42.231 4.86 155.22 13.06 7.59 7.59 17.18 20.90 48.17 6.68 22.38 17.18 Glegiiorn, S. Bonita 16.44 Gulf Service Sla. 64.0S Harrell, Johnny W. 16.44 Hawkins, Van & Sons 182.55 Hemby, Tim Leon Hollinseed, Floyd Hollis, Douglas Holmes, Dorr S. Honnell, J. G. Honnell, Milton A. Holt, Silas Hufford, Dennis Imler, Bob D. Imler, William B. Johnson, Boyd & Elleva >5angston, Bill or Mary Mae Langslon, Burl Latting, Billie A. Loyd, Jerry D. Lucy, Bobby D. Lucy, Billy G. McCain, George McNeil, Claude 48.91 12.15 42.97 26.09 216.28 147.02 44.45 38.51 18.66 40.00 21.63 8.50 90.51 23.12 "43.72 17.93 21.63 3.03 20.90 McQuilien, Duane G. 60.44 Mangrum, Sidney 22.38 Maynard, Douglas Midwest Dairy Products Neighbors, Delia Parker, Winfred Puckett, Thomas Purcell, Charlie Roberts, Jack or Louise Ray, Jonell & Ann Robinett, Charles Rucker, Billy Selby, James S. Shepard, J. D. or Lydia 13.06 33.87 9.42 43.72 33.10 39.26 48.91 42.23 33.10 20.90 20.90 10.32 Shepard, Junior Lee 12.X Shepard, W. C. (Bud) S.42 Southard, James 9:42 Manis, Bonnie 5.77 Mason, Carl B. 47.43 Staggs, Jane or Artie 9.42 aieiia's DoNut Shop 9.42 Tackett, James Taylor, Harold Taylor, 0. L. 17.93 46.69 22.38 Taylor, William £. 53.36 Thomas, Charles 18.66 Thomas, Harold 12.15 Thomas, Hazel 45.20 Thompson, Lavan 77.76 Tinsley, J. W. Vance, Joe Webb( Earnest Welch, Ann Whetsel, James 7.59 92.34 41.49 20.90 22.38 Williams, Kenneth 26.84 Wisdom, Myrtle 45.20 SCHOOL DIS. NO. 40 OUT Adkins, Bob Atkinson, J. E. Bandy, Albert Barlow, Wilma Bates, Herman Beat, James Brewer, Doyle Brooks, Mona Caraway, Randal Carnal, Bertha Clonninger, Burlie Cole,' Adam Cole, Elgin Cook, Floyd 325.62 10.23 8.81 5.97 13.78 18.59 5.27 9.52 6.69 10.23 9.52 16.85 8.81 2.44 Cook, Temple B. 13.78 Thrasher, David 6.68 Crews, James H. Crouse, Earnest Davis, A. J. Drake, A. 8. 1.73 31.49 10.94 6.69 Dunn, Rev. Eugene 1.73 Davis, Chester 12.35 1.73 10.23 10.94 6.69 Floyd, Mrs. Inez 26.09 Goff, James Monroe 12.35 Everett, Jame» Fears, Bob Finch, Garland Finley, Bill B. Green, Eldoh Green, Henry 5.97 27.25 Green, Mickey R. 33.62 Green, Oliver Hamilton, Ann Hawkins, J. C. Hayden, Mary Henson, Albert G. Hodges, Darryl Holland, F. M. Holt, Rex Jr. Howard, Claude Hueter, Larry Hutchison, James R. Jackson, I-conard Jaco, E. W. Jetton, Jimmy Jones, Bill Jordan, J. H. Key, Vernon W. Kisner, FrankHn 22.83. 2.44 171.11 28.65 3.85 1J.06 7.3» 13.06 24.36 24.94 39.18 19.16 10.94 26.67 30.79 45.53 6.69 7.39 Knight, Jim or Ellen Hodges 33.62 Ladd, Mrs. Myrl 68.34 Leachville Grain Co. 113.70 Lester, George William 11.64 13.79 8.11 McCasland, Everett A. 12.35 Lester, Lloyd Lewis, Willie 0. McLemore, J. V. 12.35 Melton, Yvonne 13.78 Metheny's Lion Serv. Sta. 43.80 Metheny, Bobby 5.97 Melton, Chester 8.11 Miller, Marvin or Helen 10.94 Murphy, Granvill* & Bernice 8.11 Ned, Cecil B. 9.52 Nelson, R. V. 10.94 Parker, Winford C. 77.55 Parker, W. a Jr. 101.86 Pittman, Joyce 13.06 Poc, Franklin D. 115.83 Hauls, William F. (Bud) Ray, Byron Rece, R. D, 23.21 74.01 13.73 Ross, Willie Sawyer, Milton Shipman, Lindon Smith, Troy D. Thacker, Gerald Thacker, Lorieda Thomas, Donald Thomas, George Thurmond, Mrs. Maggie Wortham, W. J. Wells, Ralph Williams, Mrs. E. M. Woods, Chester Wortham, Roy Young, J. D. 7.39 8.8.1 3.14 62.67 19.74 7.39 8.11 43.22 8.11 11.64 51.88 8.11 3.14 39.76 9.52 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 52 Allen, Arlee Canamore, R. E. Crawford, Bernice Allen Gill, Jimmy Martin, Thcrnld Petty, Juanitn Rice, Rev. Davis Teusink, Robert Pai£ Weare, Robert 4.39 7.81 28.93 217.78 10.54 19.!9 26.41 59.62 26.41

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